Are you going to spend upwards of $160 to take advantage of it? It brings high-quality, cable-free listening to your devices.
If you're taking advatage of a $15 coupon Amazon's offering for Apple's wireless earbuds, don't take the deceptive bait of the "NEW." We explain.
Priced at the equivalent of $105 in China, the "truly wireless" OPPO O-Free Blueooth earbuds are powered by a brand-new QCC3026 chip.
A limited batch of the snazziest OnePlus 6 variant is officially going on sale tomorrow morning, June 5, along with those AirPods-undercutting Bullets Wireless earphones.
The concept product is now available from b8ta for pre-order and will be up for pre-order until Amazon starts selling it in three weeks.
That was at the Super Early Bird stage, though you can still get great discounts even at the higher tiers. All for wireless earbuds that have more colors than AirPods.
Well, at least in affirming that price increases are inevitable with every new OnePlus phone. But there's that nasty $750 price point for the top-end OnePlus 6 again.
Wireless earbuds have been around for a couple of years now, but they've only come from a few reputable brands. Will OnePlus disrupt this price space?
They also have a different earbud design which sticks into the ear canal for better noise isolation. And they cost just as much as AirPods.
What features will be in the next pair of AirPods? We're getting a couple more puzzle pieces here, but still don't have a complete picture. We do have noise on launch dates, though.
Unknown yet is what parts will go into the upgraded 13-inch MacBook models, but it might just be that we could see a sub-$999 MacBook Air soon.
In the midst of all the MWC coverage we're pulling off, we've got to keep to our promise of a weekly mobile tech podcast. And we have the perfect iPhone to do it with. Yes, iPhone.
Previously only just available in the US and Canada, at least three more markets are now getting Google's callback to the AirPods.
What caused only one AirPod to swirl in smoke and then pop and spark during a workout? The user and Apple wants to know.
Apple will have a bigger year with its first wireless earbuds in 2018, especially if it can continue to keep supply at satisfactory levels.
Smart speakers are starting to come with cameras — take the Amazon Echo Look and Echo Show — so it's fully expected that the next HomePod should get one.
The deal is pretty exclusive, though, with email invitations going out to a select group of UK residents. But it's still a nice offer.
Google came to HTC to make the Pixel 2 and went to LG for the Pixel 2 XL. It had several other products at the fore this month, including these earbuds.
The Pixel Buds are not going to come apart and still work. Put a pair of scissors to that cable and you're done for in the warranty department.
The new wireless earbuds will cost $199.99 while the sporty smartwatch will be $299.99 and they'll be available for pre-order October 13.
Wireless earbuds — for better or for worse — have their place in the mobile audio-scape in 2017. And you can get in these days for cheap.
There's nothing cheap about Bose's latest wireless audio accessories, priced at $250 and $350 with complete freedom and Google Assistant respectively.
It's not unusual for a company specialized in audio technology to release both Alexa and Google Assistant speakers. But Harman is Samsung's subsidiary.